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Foreign Banking: Part 347

Part 347 of the FDIC Rules and Regulations allows banks meeting certain qualification criteria to make investments in foreign organizations via a notice under General Consent if another state nonmember bank has a foreign bank subsidiary in the relevant foreign country. The information provided below is to assist applicants by identifying such foreign countries where such foreign bank subsidiaries exist.

Foreign Countries Where State Nonmember Banks Have Banking Subsidiaries

The foregoing list represents all of the foreign countries, per the definition of Section 347.102(j), where state nonmember banks have foreign bank subsidiaries.

* - Indicates that establishing a foreign branch or investing in a foreign organization via a notice under General Consent is not available. Part 347 does not permit a bank to use General Consent provisions when the FDIC has limits on its access to information. Please contact Mr. Galo Cevallos, Senior International Advisor, Office of International Affairs at (202) 898-7439 for additional information.


Part 347 of the FDIC Rules and Regulations allows banks meeting certain qualification criteria to establish foreign branches via a notice under General Consent if the applicant already operates a foreign branch or banking subsidiary in the relevant foreign country. The information provided below is to assist applicants by identifying such foreign countries where such foreign branches exist.

Foreign Countries Where State Nonmember Banks Have Branches

The foregoing list represents all of the foreign countries, per the definition in Section 347.102(j), where state nonmember banks have established a foreign branch.

* - Indicates that establishing a foreign branch or investing in a foreign organization via a notice under General Consent is not available. Part 347 does not permit a bank to use General Consent provisions when the FDIC has limits on its access to information. Please contact Mr. Galo Cevallos, Senior International Advisor, Office of International Affairs at (202) 898-7439 for additional information.

NOTE: Foreign Country is defined as any country other than the United States and includes any territory, dependency, or possession of any such country or of the United States.